Shreyas Iyer Brags About Completing 127 Cm Airborne Jump During Latest Workout; Watch

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Shreyas Iyer was very critical to the Indian middle order as they got a convincing series-win on the Kiwis. The two teams will now play three NZ vs IND ODIs.

Written By Mrigank Pandey | Mumbai | Updated On:
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The hard work just does not stop for Shreyas Iyer, who will now be focusing on the ODI challenge that lies ahead for Team India. On Sunday, India got a comprehensive victory over New Zealand and completed a 5-0 whitewash over the Kiwis in their own backyard. The teams will now play a three-match ODI series before moving on to the two scheduled Test matches.

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New Zealand vs India: Shreyas Iyer works on his vertical jump


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The new generation of Team India has a lot of diversity but almost all of them seem to share an appreciation for a healthy lifestyle. Shreyas Iyer is a pioneer of the same and the batsman from Mumbai often shares his healthy meals and exercises on Instagram. Monday was no different as Iyer posted a video of him doing a box jump. In the caption, Iyer bragged about the 127 centimetres he could cover with his jump. Fans in his comments were equally impressed with Iyer's jumping abilities.

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NZ vs Ind: Shreyas Iyer, KL Rahul help India clinch important series

After a very dominant home series, Team India had gone to New Zealand and a lot of questions were asked of the team's abilities to deliver strong performances in 'away' conditions. The Indian team impressed even its harshest doubters as the Men in Blue got a series win on New Zealand and did not allow the hosts to get a single win under their belt. KL Rahul led the charts in terms of run-scoring as he scored 224 runs in five matches. Shreyas Iyer was India's second-best batsman as he scored 153 runs in five outings. Iyer's consistency in the middle-order will definitely make him an asset to the Men in Blue, who will now look to conquer the New Zealanders in the ODI series that starts on Wednesday.

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